New York’s Leading Facial Reanimation Therapists
You had Facial Reanimation Surgery, Now What
Surgery may facilitate vital facial expressions like blinking, smiling, frowning, etc. that are vital for normal function. Expert physical therapy by a clinician that has experience rehabilitating delicate post-surgical facial tissues is necessary to regain normal facial muscle resting tone and facial muscle strength. Edema, or swelling in your face, is common in many patients. Conservative non-invasive treatments can lower your swelling, reduce your discomfort, and provide you with the ability to speak and chew normally while your body heals. We’ve helped countless patients in New York City, NY, recover from facial reanimation surgery. In the end, physical therapy can restore your ability to do the essential things you might have taken for granted and take part in daily living again.
When Bell’s Palsy patients undergo Facial Reanimation Surgery
While most patients opt for the non-invasive approach, some undergo facial reanimation surgery if they feel that conservative treatment did not meet their expectations. Surgery may facilitate vital facial expressions like blinking, smiling, frowning, etc. that are vital for normal function. Expert Physical therapy by a clinician that has experience rehabilitating delicate post-surgical facial tissues is necessary to regain normal facial muscle resting tone and facial muscle strength. In the end, physical therapy can restore your ability to do the essential things you might have taken for granted and take part in daily living again.
Why Therapy Following Facial Reanimation is Important
As with many surgeries, rehabilitation of the affected muscles and tissues is necessary for a full recovery. These affected muscles and the movements they produce need to be retrained and exhibit excellent symmetrical coordination and produce precise facial expressions. Patients who do not rehabilitate sufficiently may suffer from stilted or painful facial movements, and the ability to speak, chew, or move their heads may not heal efficiently. At Pivotal Physical Therapy, we’ll work with you to discover a regimen of exercises, manual techniques, electrical stimulation and biofeedback that will provide you with control of your face, head, and neck. We can help minimize facial swelling and ease any discomfort you may feel while chewing or breathing. When it comes to quality patient care, we’re committed to your health and your satisfaction. As New York City’s leading musculoskeletal rehabilitation clinic, we pride ourselves on offering superior patient care, as well as personalized service. We’ll listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and ensure you have the best possible options available for healing.
Don’t Waste Time: Kick Start the Recovery Process
We understand recovering from facial reanimation surgery is frustrating. The best thing you can do is explore ways to expedite the recovery process, so you can enjoy the benefits of undergoing surgery. Once you have clearance from your surgeon, it might be time to consider next steps. Pivotal Physical Therapy is one of the leading physical therapy providers in New York City. We’ve helped countless patients who had facial reanimation surgery lessen symptoms of edema and recover from the procedure itself. One of the things that sets us apart is our specific knowledge concerning post-surgical reanimation. Also, the last thing you need is more stress, therefore we are committed to creating a tranquil and calm environment, one where each of our patients feels supported and encouraged. If you have additional questions, please feel free to call us directly in the office.